Then there are conflicts that result in a number of separations and divorces that continue to increase. Frustrated and disappointed, most of these women prefer to leave and leave the marital home, leaving behind a few years of marriage, littered with memories that, after all, become bitter. All the hopes that they build to build a happy union evaporate and evaporate, faced with the nonchalance and inability of their partners to make efforts to resolve any difficulties that arise; the woman being the main source of strength for the resolution of these conflicts. But when this source dwindles, the union collapses and vanishes.
Also, the reason that most women explain their flight from the marital home, is that we call mental cruelty. Far from being physical, this cruelty is more akin to the partner’s indifference, lack of communication, and neglect, which can be both physical and emotional.
Here are the 6 reasons why a woman can leave a man, even if she is in love:
The loneliness she feels
Faced with her loneliness, the woman feels helpless; it is a solitude of a completely different kind that could be described as psychological isolation. Even with the presence of his partner, the abandonment is felt. The thoughts of the latter are elsewhere, his attention is focused on a different kind of attraction. Her interests are not compatible with those of the woman who shares her life.
Her unrecognized efforts
Despite all the hard work she does to save her marriage, her efforts are in vain. This woman, who is as thriving as she is, is neither noticed nor listened to by her partner. Communication is almost non-existent within the couple, whereas all psychologists agree that communication is the basis of the success of a peaceful and happy relationship.
It does not make her feel sexy
Contrary to popular belief, women also have a say in their sexuality, since they feel as much as the man’s sexual routine when he settles. If a man makes no effort to introduce romanticism into his life as a couple, his wife may simply feel this as a neglect on his part resulting in a lack of sexual attraction to her.
She feels that her needs evolve differently
It is true that with time, the needs and desires of both spouses evolve differently. This could be a different personal evolution or a hormonal imbalance inherent to age. But when love is present, it transcends those dark phases of life that invade most couples. In the opposite case, the woman prefers to move on rather than cross these destructive waves of life alone, without having a man at her side who can surf with her through the flood of complications of existence, yet so simple to manage
Spontaneity has no more place in the couple
The lack of spontaneity in the character of the partners is as detrimental as that of sexuality. A woman needs to be surprised, not taken for granted. When a man finds himself consumed by daily routine, he tends to be consumed by embarrassment and annoyance, setting aside his wife who, however, could be of great help in many cases.
She no longer feels connected to her man
The 21st century woman needs to feel connected to her man and that man invites him into his life and invites him into every nook and cranny of his life. She needs to feel her trust, her emotional bond that binds her to him, a strong and uncompromising intimacy that nothing could disassemble.
A woman does not leave a companion who solicits her and invites her into her own life. She only asks to be welcome in the life of her man. She just needs to be cherished and loved for who she is, respected for her values and considered an irreplaceable life partner.
Yet it’s so simple!